In recent years separate bodies of literature on vacancynotification and employee mobility have evolved for Migration and HumanResource Management specialisms. Whilst the foci of these investigationshave had much in common, examination of the literature suggests thatmany authors appear to have limited knowledge of the work undertakenoutside their specialism. Concentrates on those two aspects of therecruitment process where integration of the literature is likely to beof most benefit vacancy notification and subsequent employee mobility.Compares and contrasts the specialisms approaches to examining therecruitment process and highlights a series of issues where knowledgeand understanding of how these aspects of the labour market operate islimited. These include the use of information channels, the impact oflabour market factors on employee mobility and the ability of incentivesto overcome employee inertia.
International Journal of Manpower – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1993
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